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IG: I DON'T KNOW IF WE CAN HANDLE PSC AUDIT

The Senate majority has asked for an audit of the Public Service Commission's refusal to investigate telephone rates, but the territory's inspector general says he's not sure he can tackle it.

HOSPITAL AUTONOMY? WHAT'S TO LOSE?

Kirk Grybowski questions what we have to lose by granting autonomy to the territory's hospitals. After all, Grybowski says, it has worked for other semi-autonomous agencies that are deemed 'necessary.'

PLAN NOW FOR DISABILITY, LACK OF AGILITY

What if you became disabled and everything around you in your home became suddenly inaccessible? Catherine L. Mills says now is the time to start considering the future, and planning accordingly.

ST. THOMAS BRIDGE CLUB

Winners for the week of April 11-18, 1999

YOGA CLASS WITH GLENN BLACK

Practice yoga with instructor Glenn Black from 9 a.m. unitl 12 p. m. Sunday, April 25 at UVI Recreation Pavilion (near tennis courts.)

WHAT IS THAT STUFF?

Caribbean herbs are unique in more than one way. Take for example local oregano. It doesn't look anything like the typical oregano plant and some of the North side Frenchies on St.Thomas refer to it as wild thyme. But it looks nothing like the thyme plant you are used to seeing.

ORGAN/TISSUE DONOR AWARENESS WEEK

Governor Charles W. Turnbull has proclaimed the week of April 18-24, as Organ/Tissue Donor Awareness Week in the Virgin Islands.

SAVING MAGENS BAY COMMITTEE TO MEET

Saving Magens Bay Committee meets Wednesday, April 21, at 10 a.m. at Shed #2 at the beach.

THANKS FOR BRINGING DENYCE GRAVES HERE

"The Ivanna Eudora Kean High School Music Department would like to formally thank David Edgecombe of the Reichhold Center for the Arts and the Birch Forum for bringing Ms. Denyce Graves to the Reichhold Center for the Arts," writes JoSandra Jones James, adding that the performance "impressed and inspired" 26 of her music students.

GOVERNOR GETS FIRST 'REPORT CARD'

Gov. Charles W. Turnbull has a lot of work to do to improve his grades, according to Glen J. Smith, president of the American Federation of Teachers. His average grade this "marking period" is a D but Smith said "we have every reason to believe his grades will improve in the next marking period."

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